Yazead Buhidma

0+4 student – Identifying novel targets for treating pain in Parkinson’s disease by unravelling the neuro-immune contribution.

Yasmin Omar

0+4 Student The 0+4 MRC DTP program has allowed me to continue working on a project that I did as part of my MRes. I felt that my PhD project could open new lines of inquiry in the study of the genetics of inflammatory bowel disease. I was also interested in the wider...
Sian Simpson

Sian Simpson

0+4 Student I studied Biomedical Sciences at King’s College London, graduating in 2012. Indecisive about whether to do a PhD straight after my undergraduate degree,I went on instead to work for an investment management firm in the city of London where I trained for...

Phillip Brailey

0+4 Student In 2016 I graduated from King’s College London with a BSc in pharmacology. As a part of my degree I undertook an extra mural year at the George Washington University where I researched HERVs and restriction factors in the context of HIV and HTLV.  My PhD...
Matthew Dawson

Matthew Dawson

0+4 Student Network asymmetry, callosal development and autistic behaviour
Patricia Fonseca Pedro

Patricia Fonseca Pedro

0+4 Student I did my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in University of Coimbra, Portugal. During my Master’s, I had a full year of lab experience in an ovarian cancer related project. Later, I joined King’s College London as a research technician on the field of...

Nicholas Merrild

0+4 Student Having spent some time in other labs, via my prior degrees and internships, I knew exactly what type of research I wanted my PhD to be. Offering a 0+4 option, the DTP offered an avenue for me to dive right into a fascinating, flexible, project with great...

Natali Bozhilova

0 + 4 Student I graduated from University College London and chose the MRC DTP at King’s College London because of the excellent and various training opportunities it offers. One of the things I liked most about the DTP was the ability to choose from a wide...
Michael Attwaters

Michael Attwaters

0+3.5 Student I graduated from King’s College London in January 2018 with an MSc in Human & Applied Physiology. During my time at King’s, I worked in Professor Stephen Harridge’s laboratory on a model of senescence in skeletal muscle stem cells. This project...

Paula Sureda Gibert

0+4 Student I graduated from King’s with a BSc in Neuroscience and an MSc in Neuroimaging. My Master’s project focused in identifying potential preclinical Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) biomarkers of Neuro-inflammation. My interest in migraine however emerged from...
Klaudia Toczyska

Klaudia Toczyska

0+4 Student My PhD project is “Unravelling the role of Prozac in regulating glucose homeostasis”. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Physiology from King’s College London in 2017. During my undergraduate studies I worked on a few projects...

Kristi Sawyer

0+4 Student I graduated from Newcastle University with a BSc in Pharmacology in 2016, having undertaken a year at GlaxoSmithKline as part of my degree. My final research project was undertaken on an ERASMUS grant at The Pasteur Institute, in Paris. I chose to...